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for the olympics back in 2001. >>> and how about a and moment for a pair of identical twins? they've experienced a lot of things together. but now it is motherhood. secure mitch will and secura white both delivered babies in columbia, south carolina. gave birth to caden mitchell. then an hour after that, slakira -- shakira had london boyd. and moments after that, her twin brother, who was landon. so one of the twins also had twins. >> wow. >> do you see what could be happening in your future, bernadette? >> they're not identical. i know where you're going. it's wild. congratulations to them. >> ,,,,,,,,,,,,
. >>> and a pair of twin sisters shared a rare birthday. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] everyone likes a bit of order in their life. virtual wallet helps you get it. keep track of spending, move money with a slide, and use the calendar. all to see your money how you want. ♪ >>> thieves have been snatches purses right out of women's cars. pat collins has our our report. >> reporter: look at the sneaky move, ducking down near the pump, reaching in the passenger's window, grabbing the purse and making a getaway before you can fill her up. warning -- they're not bashful about it. it happened four times in about three hours this morning. 9:46, the snobun sun okayo. and then the wawa, and 12:36 p.m., this shell station at 5604 st. barn abbas road. a woman is on her way to new york, some guys in a green mercedes drive up on this side, open her passenger door, steal her purse, off they go. >> we know it's a trauma dib crime to have their personal items taken. so we really feel for that victim. we want to bring closure to that case. >> reporter: it happened recently on sheriff road. we have surveillance vid
's" couple? your early morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. plus twins, they stick together, they do things together, sometimes to a ridiculous extent. you're watching "early today." >>> well e, welcome back to "early today." as far as what we're going to deal with saturday, more of the same throughout the region. we won't see too many chances for rain. temperatures warm on saturday in the inner mountain west. sunday, not a lot changes. this weather pattern is set in stone at least for the next three or four days. if you're watching us on king 5 news, seattle, washington, see art. using turn tables. that's at the henry art gallery in seattle, washington. you can go there this afternoon and see the records from the '60s to the present. that's your pacific event of the day, lynn. >> thanks so much. >>> and now here's an early look at this morning's headlines in entertainment. well, "the dark knight rises" will finish first at the box office this weekend, but with how much? most experts see a 60% drop-off from last weekend. that would earn the film roughly $65 million, closing
pro in 201010 became the first set of twins to start in nascar series race. she race in her second nationwide race on saturday. to cut off batter and struck a veteran driver kevin hart in his comments about the incident revs up the top five. it somebody who should be on the racetrack and has no clue what they're doing a race car. to once again to pass the record secant older helmet so i didn't do that is to say the truth. san is it giants this is an exclusive. japan was rounded base in entrusting he did catch it the giants won no. 3 dealt by new laker steve nash speeding down the freeway these guys and then a can of beer what you put that on youtube on never know. the twins paul revere had his trident benazir how this cats on his horse to make the full extension twins when 97 but he didn't do it at midnight. no. when brocken michelle put on the kids can in the second quarter but brock would do whatever they booed sinking back later in the fourth and then did the president to m,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, hey parents, it's a big year. i'm not just teaching music. ♪ i'm teaching performance. h
communications facility on twin peaks. someone broke into that facility and cut several wires this morning. it did not impact any essential city services but since the facility is part of the city's radio network, the fbi was notified. and anyone with information on the case of vandalism is asked to call the police department's anonymous tip line. that number is 415-575-4444. you can also text a tip to tip411 with a message starting with sfpd. >>> in oakland, people are gathering near lake view elementary school right now, vowing to continue their fight to keep that school open. and these are some live pictures of the protests getting started right now across the street from the school. the organizers are the same people who staged the sit-in at the school earlier this summer themselves camped out in tents for weeks and even entered the building where they held their own summer school. the protesters are demanding the oakland school district stop plans to close five elementary schools including lake view. the superintendent tony smith has said in the past, the decision is final and can't b
sox, the first time in the season. one for three with a couple runs scored. >>> the twins have the fewest wins in the american league. you wouldn't know it from last night against the orioles. top of the first, adam jones drills a line drive into right field. ben revere there with a nice diving stab. take another look. robbing extra bases. second inning, twins already up 7-1 when joe mauer drills a solo home run. the twins win by a final of 19-7. 19-7. whew. that gives the yankees a chance to go up another game on the orioles. they're hosting the jays in the bronx. game tied at 2 until this hit. the bases loaded, bottom of the eighth, 3-1 pitch. yankees win 6-3. they now have a nine-game lead on the orioles in the american league east. >>> at the top of the hour, the obama campaign's assault against mitt romney's time at bain capital continues saying romney has a peculiar talent for creating jobs outside the united states. we'll knock that around with our morning joe crew. >>> when we come back here, we'll huddle up around the water cooler to watch jon stewart back from a littl
morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. plus twins, they stick together, do things together, sometimes to a ridiculous extent. you're watching "early today." >>> well, good morning. if you're one of the billions of people who will be watching the opening ceremony on nbc the forecast actually looks okay. showers look okay. it will be on the cooler side. temperatures in the 70s. then we're back to typical london weather there as we go throughout the beginning of the game. the forecast for your weekend, the best chance of showers and storms saturday up through new england and on sunday we try to clear it out in areas of boston. some of those showers could linger. overall not a bad weekend. well, if you're watching us on news 6, omaha, put your puzzle solving skills to the opening test and experience of interactive brain teeser and mindbender mansion at the durham museum. and that's your "early today" event of the day, lynn. >> all right, bill, thanks so much. >>> and now here's an early look at this morning's headlines in entertainment. well, the dark knight rises will finish f
story out of new york, a pair of twins born along two separate freeways. the ander sorn twins couldn't wait for dad to drive them to the hospital so they were delivered on the side of the road. rescue crews delivered one with mom on a stretcher. they pulled over on the freeway to deliver baby two on the ambulance. both babies and mom are doing just fine. >> the ones not doing fine are the rescue crews. they deserve a drink. >> very successful, both babies are healthy. thank you for joining us. we'll see you back here at 6:00. >>> on our broadcast tonight from london murder charges against that suspect in the colorado movie theater massacre. later they will decide if he's sane. the death penalty is a possibility. >>> mitt romney now in poland but it's what he said about israel that followed him there. >>> and here at the olympics when a woman starts swimming faster times than ryan lochte, people start asking questions. well, she is and they are. >>> plus, up close and personal with ryan lochte. tonight he shows us what it took to get here. "nightly news" from london to get here. "nigh
with the a.a.a. team. o's hitters will face twins lefty. the birds lost six of the last seven games. among the weaknesses exposed, young pitching chris tillman with a bad game. he watched with a disappointing season debut in minnesota last night. knocked out of the game after four innings, he was charged with giving up four runs and the relievers couldn't hold the twins down either. two runs score on the consecutive hits in the inning. a difference with a 6-4 orioles defeat, but it goes back to britain. an outing that didn't last long enough to help the team. >> four innings and 100 pitches. better and it wasn't there tonight. >> it's just disappointing. you can't do that. this is a game you've got to win. every time they give you four rounds, there are four innings and it's inacceptable. >> they have the most errors in the majors. o's and twins tonight on masn2. it's on cleveland. it will be masn on wjz right here. first at 7:00 p.m. on saturday. the o's have fallen. two run home run in the inning to share the 19th homer this season. the game was called due to rain in the seventh inning.
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and could go home any day now. lana developed the infection days after giving birth to twins. she underwent more than 20 surgeries but managed to keep all of her limbs. this morning on the "today" show she said she's overcome one challenge. now she's looking forward to the challenge of raising twins. >> you've been through a lot, though, haven't you? >> i have. it's been a long road, a lot of which i don't remember, but we're recovering and that's what matters. >> i understand your doctors say now you could go home as early as tomorrow, at least sometime this week. let's put aside your own health for a moment. are you ready to tangle with those infant twins? >> yes, i think i am. they've been visiting the hospital, so i've been practicing. >> she's a paramedic. her doctors say her medical training was crucial because she recognized early on that she needed to go to the hospital. >>> our time right now is 11:52. coming up, why police pull the plug on a concert featuring two musical icons. plus we'll be back with another check on how long our lates >>> you're watching "news 4 midday." >>> you
on tape. >> we also have identical twins who share more than their looks. the rare surprise for the two mothers to be. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >> low clouds and fog extending over the bay with a drizzle out towards the coastline. more sunshine for the weekend. >> here is a live look near the dublin interchange, 580 is moving well so far and no major accidents. a couple of things are going on this weekend and we will look at the morning commute coming up. >> this is caught on video, a man stealing a puppy from a pet store around four weeks ago. on the video you can see the man distracting the person in the store and there it is, a second man prise open the cage and puts a small puppy down his pants. the store's owner believes the suspect has already sold the puppy. it turns out that some clothing can protect you from the sun and it is just like sunscreen. it white teacher has an spf of 7, green 10, but for the best protection you should go blue or black. those colors have spf of 50. some new microfiber nylons are comparable and dry quickly. >> the first lady addressed u.s. athletes ahead of the
years ago. >> good evening. the governor wants a massive twin tunnel system built to withstand critical areas of the state with water calling for giant pumping stations to help carry water from sacramento river and san joaquin river delta to farmland and cities. supporters promise a destroyable source of water, opponents argue it could destroy fragile eco systems. >> this u.s. interior secretary calls the plan essential, but it might have reignited one. with the blessing of the obama administration, governor brown says he's figured out how to fix the sacramento, san joaquin river delta problems. water from northern california can be delivered to farmlands of central valleys and southern california. with three new pumps diverting water from the northern end, it involves building a massive twin tunnel system under the dealta, then hooking up with existing aqua ducts. water users would pay for the nearly $14 billion construction and tax payers bearing the cost of habitat restoration through an $11
about. it was amazing to us. it's a pair of twins that were ready to be born. and mom and dad, maybe not were ready for them yet. dragged their feet on the way to the hospital. twins born on two different highways in two different towns. is that possible? >> wow. >> take a look. newborns gavin and deklin anderson are twins. but you could say they're twins born worlds apart. or towns apart. when her water broke saturday, she and her husband, brian, hopped into the car on new york's long island. and started racing to the hospital. the mother, with this warning. >> you better go. i don't want to have the baby on the northern state parkway. >> reporter: to her credit, she didn't. she made it to the next highway. >> i was twisted behind the seat like this. >> reporter: shortly after pulling on the highway, anderson went into labor. >> it was hard to dial 911. >> reporter: with an ambulance sent by dispatchers, she delivered baby gavin, in massapequa, new york. with gavin, he was loaded in the ambulance. just moments later, the ambulance pulled over in east meadow, where baby deklin was bo
'll have more grandkids than any sitting president in u.s. history. the newest arrivals, tag's twin boys conceived through suhr gacy. >> the twins are six weeks oel. >> they were born by surrogate. that's a personal choice and you made it public and tweeted about it. why did you make that decision? >> we tried for a long time to have another child and weren't able to do it. we found someone who was willing to do it for us, and she became very close to the family. she offered to do it, and we took her up on it. >> did you consult your parents about it? what did they say? >> not really. it was a personal choice between my wife and me. it's something we felt good about. >> politically the image of this aattractive, well-to-do family cuts both ways. their life of privilege plus a reported $100 million trust fund continues to draw harsh scrutiny in a campaign season focused on the economy. the criticism is a family like yours can't understand what the average american family is dealing with right now. i guess the question very simply put, matt, is, are you out of touch? >> it's hard for us to
are dying. >> this is going to be at least a 50% loss, maybe more. >> reporter: his twin sons are facing the same losses -- a family suffering through a drought that's deepening. in the last week, the regions of the country in extreme to exceptional drought conditions has jumped from just 13.5% to more than 20%, an area slightly larger than california and new york combined. >> in the next ten days if we don't get major rain here they're bordering on disaster, complete disaster. >> reporter: but the drought's impact goes beyond the field. lisa mcdaniels worries about the mounting stress on her husband and sons. >> i know what david and i have been through but i just don't want that on them at all. >> reporter: there's also worry in town at the chevy dealership. >> truck sales are about 50% of our business and i would say right now the way things are going we're probably looking at a 20% decrease in sales. >> reporter: at a local farm supply tractor sales are anticipated to drop 30% to 40%. just ten miles up the road from here at the old town hall gift shop they're taking a hit as well. ch
on wednesday. twin tunnels would carry water from the sacramento water to the state's aqua detective and the governor says it will make the water line more stable and virnltsal groups launched their own campaign to defeat the plan and say it would destroy delta habitat and needs more review. >> shoppers could be paying more at the checkout. a valid measure has been improved for the november election that would raise the sales tax by a half cent. if voters proof it, it would raise nearly $64 million annually and expire in 15 years. it would make it among the highest in the country in san jose. >>> a bay area airport taking a hit and losing its value. 1.4 million dollars of outstanding bonds for mineta-san jose international airport. other competition from nearby airports and limited cost cutting options. the bonds were lowered to aaa b plus to a minus. the cost willing up by 200,000 a year. >>> a fat food chain boycotted in two major cities will not open in the south bay today. the grand opening of the chick-fil-a in san jose is being delayed because the operator says the building isn
down the perfect bunt. safe at the plate. indians cage the tigers 3-. to chicago where the twins josh willingham hit two home runs against the white sox. unfortunately he was the only minnesota player that did anything, sox win big, 11-4. in london, team usa played their final exhibition game before the olympics. got off to a slow start against spain but carmelo anthony knocks down five three-pointers and finishes with 27 points. the americans pull away in the third quarter off the turnover. lebron james flies in for the dunk, the dream team wins 100-78, their first game of the olympics is sunday versus france. here's what they'll be playing for, the medals were unveiled yesterday, there will be about 2100 medals awarded, each with the emblem of the london games. the olympics start this friday with the opening ceremony on nbc. >>> that's your "first look" at sports, i'm mario solis. >>> for another look at the weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins. he has the weather channel forecast, for the east coast it is looking lovely i looked at the huge monitor standing behind me. >> y
rough enough. the orioles faced the twins, who have the worst record in the league. but the past two nite, they've been beaten by lowly minnesota. they tried to reverse their luck. adam jones hit this 2-run shot with an early 2-0 lead. buck show alter said that's nice, but it's the pitching that's been the problem. how old tommy hunter do? he did quite well. hunter pitches into the 8th inning. the orioles win 2-1. one more game in minnesota tomorrow afternoon and then on to cleveland. saturday night. it will be masn here on wjz. >>> an injury scare for the blue jays flaying the yankees in the bronx. brett lowery catches a foul ball, he flips over and falls six feet onto the concrete. he left the game, but x-rays are negative. a bruise, nothing broken. >>> in football, it's countdown to ravens training camp. the first workout is eight weeks away. it's been a busy offseason that's incheuded new long-term contracts for darius webb and ray rice. that means joe flacco is the remaining bit of unfinished long-term busy. nfl.com cites a source that says there's a 75% chance that flacco's con
over .500 for the first time since may 21. game two against the twins, with two out, the do you believe here and josh redick was on base and scores. then two batters later, still two out, chris carter, the monster shot to left. that's his fourth of the year. huge for him. that gives the a's a 4-0 lead. with one on, one out, getting in on the act. a two-run home run. smith, moss also had home runs in this game as the a's currently lead 8-2. >>> bastille day made more exciting in the 13th stage of the tour de france. bradley wiggins retains the overall lead and still has the yellow jersey. stage 14, a 119-mile trek with two rather big climbs. >>> semifinals. cocoa vanderway. the american forehand was very strong. two early breaks, handing the 20-year-old opening set 6-2. this one gets pushed into a third set. but vanderway just too long, winning through her first wta tour semifinals, 6-2, 3-6, 6-2. if you haven't exercised in a long time, this weekend's fit expo has more than enough ideas to get you going. there are hundreds of experts and exhibits at the convention center in michael jack
to apple's siri. >>> a new york mother gave birth to twin boys on two separate highways. >> the boys couldn't wait for mom and dad to drive to the hospital. the parents were on their way to the hospital saturday morning when they pulled over because mom went into labor. dad called 911 and mom gave birth to gavin john anderson on a stretcher. paramedics packed mom and dad into the ambulance but had to stop again because she gave birth to her second son. both boys are six pounds. the boys and parents are doing fine. >>> see when you start off that way, the rest of their lives, who is going to go first, who is going to be best. >> you know who gets to go first, because he came out first. but i would imagine, you know, wouldn't you think -- not necessarily. >> the first one comes, you probably neat to sit still and wait for the next one. >> i guess the doctors would think it would be better if we got to the hospital. >> or try at least. >> yes. congratulations. >>> stay with us. "news4 today" continues right now at 5:00 a.m. >>> some of america's top swimmers are looking to redeem themselves th
the twins' josh williams hit not one but two home runs against the white sox. unfortunately he was the only minnesota play their did anything. sox win big, 11-4. >>> to london where team usa played their final exhibition game before the olympics. got off to another slow start against spain. carmelo anthony sparks it. finishing with 27 points. the americans pull away in the third quarter off the turnover. lebron james flies in for the dunk. the dream team wins, 100-78. their first game of the olympics is sunday versus france. he's what they'll be playing for. the medals of the 2012 olympic games were unveiled yesterday. there will be 212 awarded each with the emblem of the london games. the olympics starts this friday with the opening ceremony on nbc. that's your look at sports on "early today." i'm mario solis. >>> well, the latest rumors on "american idol" judges. >>> and kate gosselin ready for love and a new tv show. your early morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, a week ago he was on the red carpet for the premiere of his latest film. yesterday christian bale ha
, two mouths and one throat. they're not sure if they're dealing with one cat or twins. cute? freakish? >>> and now for a look at your national and regional weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. what say yu you? >> eesh. i kind of feel bad for the cat. >> not quite the fuzzy feel good story. good morning, everyone. we're looking at a pretty warm forecast as we head right into the weekend. look at the temperatures this morning. this is a very mild morning. almost everyone is starting the morning in the 70s, so you can definitely leave the jacket at home and probably wear the t-shirt outside. 7 p to start your morning. same with dallas. one of the cooler spots, dallas. it's a very warm air mass that encircles the entire country. thankfully we're starting to see added moisture. the drought continues to spread across the country and continues to get worse in areas especially around arkansas and also around indiana and illinois. today we had some moisture that is creeping up. it's croce close to indiana but not quite. we're getting rain in kentucky
project >> no one really knows how much the twin tunnel delta plan will cost to maintain but the initial estimate is $14 billion and it would be paid for by water users. the notion that the tunnels are for southern california and not the bay area is mistaken according to directors who use a different map than the rest of us >> in terms of the state water project, southern california starts at the delta so we are part of southern california >> we need a more reliable water system that is not at the mercy of built levees and state regulatory winds. >> i tell my customers it is not about the others, it is about us. we cannot maintain our current quality of life in the valley where we have such a high reliance on imported water unless we participate in this >> 2.5 million people would see their bills move up. people in all 15 cities in santa clara county and about 40 percent of the santa clara county water district comes from the delta, serving 2 million people. they expect to see monthly water bills to up $5 per month fair. in alameda county will likely be $10 increase >> and thinking of al
family. clover and july are beautiful, and max, if your angle on having twins was to score twice the paternity leave. sorry, buddy, it actually halves it. because one can watch the other. i'll see you on monday. that's it for the report, captioning sponsored by comedy central captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org dennis: watch this, side pocket. (billiard balls clacking) mac (gasps): whoa, dude. dennis: what? "christopher murray, a teacher at st. vincent's elementary, has been accused of sexually abusing two former students." st. vincent's? that's the school you went to, right, mac? yeah. me and charlie. what else does it say? "murray has been the physical education teacher and boy's basketball coach for close to 25 years," blah, blah, blah, blah, blah... ah, "the accusers are two brothers whose names are being withheld, but the investigation will focus on the mid-1980s as the time period for the alleged abuse. the police are hoping more young men will come forward." wow, that's horrible. did this guy teach you guys? - yeah. - no. yes, he did. we were in the sam
. >>> it was a sequel without equal. they are finally making part two of the cinematic classic "twins." arnold schwarzenegger confirmed the good news during comic-con saying they are looking for a writer for the film which would reunite him with danny devito. earlier the hollywood reporter said the sequel called "trip pleats" will introduce eddie murphy as the long lost third brother. and suddenly i am less excited about this. let's discuss in the -- >> lightning round. >> kurt, where were you when you first got this glorious news? i hope to god you were sitting down. >> i was asleep, actually. >> you thought it was all a dream at first? >> i don't think they should stop with eddie murphy. heather graham was in that movie. i have a feeling she is available. >> victor, you have body doubled for danny devito. are you upset you were not cast as the third triplet? >> we had a falling out during that time. it was over rhea pearlman. she had mistaken me for him in the dark. >> you had a falling in with her? >> i had a falling in, and she fell out of love. eddie murphy is exactly what is necessary. h
diagnosis brought long-lost sisters back together. >> reporter: they say twins have a special bond. >> i move here, she moves here. it just -- it's weird. >> reporter: washington state sisters stephanie and kim shared everything, including cancer. >> everything steph gets i get. >> reporter: stephanie was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005. kim a year later. both got double mastectomies, preventive hysterectomies and similar tattoos to cover their scars. but it turned out they also shared something else, the breast cancer gene mutation brca1. >> that explains why i got family. >> reporter: the twins wanted to warn other family members to get tested. but there was a catch. >> we were adopted in ft. lauderdale, florida. >> reporter: they had no idea who their biological mother was and the record across the country in florida were sealed until a genetic counselor from seattle swedish medical center stepped in. >> i said to the judge that this information is critical for the medical care of her biological family. >> reporter: the records were unsealed. while the twins learned their m
schwarzenegger has confirmed that a twin sequel is out. >> did we ask for one? >> my brother julius and my sister julia. >> stephanie: they're developing a sequel to twins called triplets that would bring back together schwarzenegger and danny dee vote toe and eddie murphy has their long lost brother. >> hilarious. >> because he's a black person. [ laughter ] >> with schwarzenegger, it actually works out. >> it will be directed by ivan wrightman who did the original "twins." we'll see. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] >> stephanie: must i report -- >> right man for the job. >> stephanie: hank williams has a new album. the theme of which is obama hates america. >> oh, boy. >> stephanie: you remember he was booted from his song from monday night football after he compared president obama to hitler on fox and friends. [ applause ] he said it is kind of obvious i guess when you take a world tour to apologize for america he did that. no, he didn't. >> no, he didn't. he was telling the truth about what we did in ir
with the twins 4-3. they win yesterday in minneapolis. good win. that keeps them in second place in the american league east, now nine games back of the yankees. the starter gave up two early runs, and then watch chris davis getting it back with one swing, a monster home run, number 15 for chris. it's 2-1 twins. 3-1 in the seventh. davis at third. nick markakis, and trevor plouffe throws it wide and high toe joe mauer. he can't hold it. davis slides in. it's 3-2. and in the eighth, mark reynolds has been scuffing all year, but not this week against minnesota. that bloop falls in. matt wieters and wilson betemit score, and they are the eventually winning runs. 4-3, the final. jim johnson closes it out. miguel gonzalez starts tonight, as adam jones runs the fly ball down to end the eighth. big play right there. second round of the british open underway at the royal lytham and st. annes course in northwest england. we saw this yesterday, the great britain tiger woods fan club. drum roll, please. and then tiger did not let the lads down, so to speak. good first round all together, 30 on the first ni
the united states olympic team features eight pairs of siblings, including tennis-playing twins bob and mike bryan. the united states also has siblings competing in swimming, water polo, field hockey, rowing and my personal favorite, tae kwon do. >>> enough with the real news. let's gather around the water cooler to watch american swimming star ryan lochte run into some trouble in london when it comes to displaying his patriotic playing. after winning gold on saturday in the 400 meter individual medley, the 27-year-old was set to hit the podium sporting a red, white and blue grill. the diamond-encrusted mouthware was specifically made for the summer games, but lochte who often wears tooth embellishments in awards ceremonies was reportedly told by organizers to ditch the flair. he's got to be in a nelly rap video after that. come on, let the guy wear his grill. >>> in basketball, first lady michelle obama offered up big hugs to team usa after their 9d 98-71 victory over france. kevin durante scored 22 in his olympic debut. and lebron james had eight assists. the first lady recently attended a
it and was determined to prove himself, for years playing for the rangers t brewers, the twins, back to the minors in between. his time now with the mets and perfection of the knuckle ball, now has him the most talked about pitcher in the majors. >> now the fans know your life story. >> as i'm walking off between innings, there's a section right there, the family section. >> sitting in those seats, his wife and four children. do they know the secret? >> not giving away the secret. >> no, i can't. not until i retire. >> show me your knuckle ball? >> you know, that's a great question. it's one that i'm constantly searching for. >> you've talked about the vertical shoe box. do you picture that when you're pitching? >> yeah, i do. >> he pictures a vertical shoe box over the catcher's head, at least part of the secret. >> i'll dig my fingernails right behind the horseshoe, trying to stabilize the baseball with my thumb. >> unlike any other pitch, knuckle balls hardly spin. they rote rotate up to 1.5 times, slow moving, barely spinning and unpredictable in that box. >> i just release the ball at the opp
scored. the minnesota twins have the fewest wins in the national league. watch ben revere getting down and dirty from the twins. robbing extra base there is. second inning, twins already up 7-1. joe mauer, a solo home run over the right field wall. twins win the final of 19-7. the orioles the second place team in the a.l. east. game tied in the bottom of the eighth, 2-2. bases loaded for raul ibanez. yankees win 6-3. they now have a nine-game lead on the orioles in the a.l. east. up next, it's what we've been waiting for, steve ratner with the charts. and g.q.'s look behind the most invasive process in politics, vetting the v.p. candidates. keep it on "morning joe." we'll be right back. ♪ t dog. every bite goes above and beyond the call of deliciousness. that's a big 10-4 kosher. with no fillers, by-products, artificial flavors or colors. hebrew national. the better-than-a-hot dog- hot dog. here at the hutchison household. but one dark stormy evening... there were two things i could tell: she needed a good meal and a good family. so we gave her what our other cats love, purina cat ch
. the mariners won 4-2. >>> in chicago, twins at white sox. adam dunn hit a major league 30th home run in the seventh. he scored two. it tied the game at 4. then there was a two rbi single to put chicago ahead. the sox kept on scoring. winning it 11-4. >>> in houston, top of the ninth, astros leading the reds. centerfielder drew stubbs, a two-run homer. the reds rally to win. sixth straight victory and houston's eighth straight loss. >>> last olympic warmup for team usa basketball in barcelona spain. a rematch of the gold medal game. the spanish took an early lead behind barcelona's pau gasol. that didn't last long. carmelo anthony came off the bench to score 27 points. lebron james added 25. team usa easily winning this thing, 100-78. they play france in game one on sunday in london. >>> when we come back, one last visit to that deluxe apartment in the sky. you remember actor sherman hemsley, star of the tv hit comedy "the jeffersons." comedy the jefr sons. ♪ i know a blessing in disguise ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] you know the difference between paying more and getting more. that
ken salazar. the twin tunnels would carry -- the governor says the pipeline would make the water supply more stable while protecting fish from the delta's pumps. >> we know very definitely about climate change and we know with the faster snow melt, that these levees can be overwhelmed and we also know the levees can't be fixed in the way some of the critics are recommending and we also know the seismic threat is real. >> remember the movie "field of dreams" if you build it, they'll use it. build the tunnel and it will be used some day and it will be -- >> they say the pipeline would destroy delta habitats. fewer felons are skipping out on probation under the state's new realignment system. nearly 40,000 inmail inmates wed to could have been jails or released. under the new system, 4% of felons failed to report to their probation officers. under the old system, it was 14%. convicts have extra incentive to play by the rules, they can be released from supervision after three months if they don't have any further infractions. >>> 80-year-old william ayers, former head of the american
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